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NiceStuffPix

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Photographer since my teens, practicing engineer and businessman since college. I'm an American and have lived a large portion of my life outside the US. Learned photography the... more
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NiceStuffPix

about NiceStuffPix

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Photographer since my teens, practicing engineer and businessman since college. I'm an American and have lived a large portion of my life outside the US.

Learned photography the old, wet way, took a break when I lost access to my darkroom, and came back when digital really started to work.

Under safelights back then, on the screen now, nothing thrills me like a simple, strong image. I take satisfaction in helping people with my work, be it a start in their career, a boost to their self-confidence, a shoot for a non-profit, or simply a picture that makes them smile--or maybe even think.

I choose my assignments and work free of charge--it's my way of giving back.

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  • You have a gorgeous portfolio. I hope to see more!

    • Thank you--sometimes I wish I could at least quickly charcoal sketch (much less paint), but it just doesn't work, so I can appreciate your talent even more.

      Feel free to take any suggestion or inspiration from my work!

    • Thanks for your kind words and generosity!

  • Welcome to Model Society! Your portfolio is gorgeous. Can't wait to see what you create here with the community :) We're here to help if you need anything along the way.

    • Thank you very much--it took years to assemble a portfolio I would consider showing here, but when I decided to "take the plunge", the whole process was relatively user-friendly.

      Kindly, Mark